(Video link HERE.) In Pockets, a tiny treasure of a video, director James Lees asked random Londoners he met on the street:

What’s in your pocket right now? And what does it say about you?

Lee’s focuses on ONE thing in their pocket, the one most important thing (different from the practical items like house keys, tissues, money etc).  The answers are unexpected, touching, and curiously revealing.

It made us think about what the treasure we carry through our day that makes us feel safe, strong, able, creative…?

What’s yours?

via The Dish

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2 replies on “Pockets: What Essential Item Carries You Through Your Day?

  1. Had James Lee asked to see the contents of my pockets, he’d probably get way more than he bargained for. I’m one of those folks who tends to have his pockets crammed full of various items, almost all of them practical.

    But, this being Improvised Life, if I had to mention one item it would be this guy:

    ChapStick? Not quite. Here’s what’s inside:

    Yep, it’s a tiny little improvisation kit.

  2. Hey, thanks for this great idea. I really like your blog’s category “carry”.

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